Promised Land, Sugaree, Minglewood Blues, Scarlet Begonias, Looks Like Rain, They Love Each Other, Mama Tried, Ship of Fools, Playin' In The Band-> Drums-> The Wheel-> Playin' In The Band Brown Eyed Women, Samson & Delilah, Friend Of The Devil, Let It Grow-> Eyes Of The World-> Wharf Rat-> The Other One-> The Music Never Stopped, E: Johnny B. Goode
SBD>MR>C>DAT>CDR patched with the Bob Menke audience recording via Raoul Duke encoding/patching by Matt Vernon
SBD> MR> C> DAT> CDR patched with the Bob Menke audience recording
April 19, 2017 Subject:
Like a wave upon the sand..
Set 1- standard set for 76 until the Playin>Wheel>Playin.
Set 2-B.E. Woman-opener
Keith has some really sweet moments,
standouts from him---FOTD and EYES..
The little jam just at the transition from EYES jam into Wharf Rat is super sweet..
Good tune selection all the way to Jerry's last ballad.
Biggest 2nd set highlight- return of the Other One!
I am surprised they just spring it from slight drummers riff
------ tail end of Wharf Rat.-- Nice--- that they explore it a little --before Weir brings the Spanish Lady.-- Very cool.
5 minutes in-lyrics( tinge of the Chula Vista Cruiser)..
Phil bass solo! ---no way they are gonna sneak that 2nd TOO verse in? A bit odd to segue from that into MNS?
Complete tempo change.---------Fast paced MUSIC for 76
Yes, there are sound issues..
(check a Soundboard of the previous Wheel
from this run--this Wheel is a tad muddy)
Hard pressed how to rate this?
Malbuff was there!
L Rosley- i went with his tip and this recording.
Birdsgosouth-seriously DEAD-on review
also the 2nd Set even with audience patches ( 5+)
March 28, 2008 Subject:
I was at this show...
Center balcony, maybe three rows back, right on top of everything.
The incredible space jam which comes after "The Wheel"-- the band members were as amazed as we were, looking at each orher with "where-did-THAT-come from" expressions.
On "Let It Grow", Weir tried to finesse the beginning of the verse, fumbled the words, and backed off. Stepping forward again to sing the next line, he made the mistake of looking at Garcia, who made a face at him, and Bob lost it completely.
This show is an all-timer, one of my very favorites.
October 4, 2005 Subject:
Steal this show
Another great show from the bicentenial summer. Jerry finesses his strings so that every note sounds like its supposed to be there. Keith's playing is a pleasure, and everyone's vocals are on target and have feeling. (A beautiful Looks Like Rain, for instance.)
This is the better sounding of the two recordings of the July 14 show.
April 29, 2005 Subject:
some folks trust reason
This one makes for some schizophrenic listening with the AUD patches coming in at key moments (2nd Playin jam, Eyes), but the show is very good. This show's centerpiece is certainly the incredible Playin jams. The SBD sounds just decent, not real sparkly. Might have to experiment between this one and the other copy. Remember, '76 has that magical quality all its own....